Tito Ortiz says he has at least three or four more good years left. “Win, lose, or draw” Ortiz still plans to continue fighting after his upcoming bout with Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (Lil’ Nog) in March. UFC President Dana White opted to give Ortiz one more chance, and this is it.
Tito says he plans to win so it’s not even going to be an issue, but even if he doesn’t win, he seems to have no intention of hanging it up anytime soon. He just went through a major surgery, and according to Ortiz, would not have done that if he was not serious about his fighting future.
Could we really see “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” fight outside the UFC one day? It is hard to imagine but may be his only option if he can’t get past Nogueira. The two will clash at UFC 128 in New Jersey on March 19.